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, but she was rushed to the hospital, prince william by her side. abc's lama hasan is here. we talked with sources inside the palace, and she has the latest on what happened. lama. >> reporter: good evening, diane. well, the couple had been so tightly lipped about the pregnancy that some here at the palace the queen, prince charles and other members of the royal family reportedly only found out about it today. but when kate was hospitalized, the palace decided it was time to break the news to the world. the last time the world saw kate middleton was on friday, a picture of health playing field hockey. now we learn the duchess of cambridge is pregnant and hospitalized for a condition called hyperemesis gravidarum. the palace today saying as the pregnancy is in its very early stages, her royal highness is expected to stay in hospital for several days and will require a period of rest thereafter. hg is a severe form of morning sickness that debilitates 2% of expectant mothers, causing severe vomiting, weight loss and dehydration. abc's sharyn alfonsi experienced it with both of her pregn
prince william's face. >> reporter: when william arrived at the hospital earlier today, he appeared somber. but after spending more than six hours by his wife's bedside, when the prince emerged -- >> your royal highness, how is the duchess? >> reporter: -- he was clearly more relaxed with a beaming smile. moments later, the palace gave a clue as to why the change in his expression. "the duchess is continuing to feel better," the statement read, but it went on that "kate remains in hospital and continues to be treated for hyperemesis gravidarum," the crippling form of morning sickness that causes extreme nausea. barely 12 weeks along, we're now learning new details about the weekend when william and kate were forced to go public with the pregnancy. the couple were staying with kate's parents when kate reportedly became so sick, the decision was made to head to the hospital. >> she didn't need to be taken by an ambulance. it wasn't an emergency dash. and once they had been told by the doctors that they should go to the hospital, they decided that it was fine for william to drive her.
away many of their rights. holly williams is covering all this for us. she's above tahrir square in aairo tonight. holly? >> scott, the assembly that wrote this draft constitution is dominated by president mubarak's islamist allies, so on the one hand, it gives islamic law a bigger role in government. but on the other hand, a clause that specifically guaranteed equality for women was removed. today i spoke with an egyptian blogger and she told me she's worried that this draft constitution could be used to violate her rights. >> you take your salary from my taxes. you have no right to tell me how to live my life, how to dress, how to talk. you have no right to put me in jail because i'm expressing on opinion on the internet or in the streets and this is what they did in the constitution. >> pelley: holly, with so much opposition, what are the chances that president morsi is going to get this constitution through an election? >> well, mr. morsi is making a political gamble. he is betting that a majority of egyptians will vote for this draft constitution. and if he's right, then pre
with the deputy secretary of state william burns ahead of tomorrow's historic u.n. general assembly vote on palestinian statehood. the resolution, though, would upgrade the palestinian authority's u.n. status from observer to a nonmember observer state. it is expected to be approved. israel strongly opposes the bid. the person representing the u.s. will be ambassador susan rice who currently is facing a lot of heat over the statements she made about the benghazi attack. will the fire she's facing in washington impact her role in this delicate diplomatic dance at the u.n.? >> i don't think so. these are two different issues. she reps the united states at the u.n., i don't think anybody questions the fact she reps the united states when she's up there. she serves as the president's envoy up there. her standing there is not affected by what's going on here at all. i think what is -- what you see is questions that still exist about benghazi and libya, and i think those will be sorted out. i mean, the end of the day, you know, the fact is what's going on in libya is something that we all have
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new level. listerine®... power to your mouth™. >>> tonight's "rock center with brian williams "s two american brother whose walked away from million dollar paychecks in the nfl to pursue their faith. part of the report from mary carillo. >> reporter: the brothers rechanneled their perpetual energy and in july observed ramadan with a multistate cross-country teaching tour, reaching 30 mosques in 30 days. including the one that is perhaps america's most controversial, in lower manhattan, located just north of ground zero. >> it's about two blocks away and it's tucked into a little corn somewhere there's just a small, peaceful place to pray. people in the towers who were muslim. >> reporter: among the nearly 3,000 who died at ground zero 60 were muslims. their names rendered in bronze. american flight 11 passenger was seven months pregnant at the time of her death. the teaching tour during ramadan included stops at food kitchens, meetings with youth groups and emphasis on treating women with equality. >> my wife when we were in denver just became muslim. but the brothers have this 15 co
took no action today on the pending gay marriage cases. justice correspondent pete williams is live for us at the supreme court. this is now two weeks in a row, pete, that we thought we would get an answer to them about how they would plan on taking up this question of gay marriage. >> right. two case, the defense of marriage act and proposition 8 from california. nothing on the orders list today. so we'll find out later today whether the court is going to take it up again at its closed door conference on this friday. so my guess is this friday will be the next day we'll find out whether or not they'll take either of these two cases, chuck. >> and, pete, your expectation is can they put it all into one case or -- >> reporter: no, they can't. they're completely separate issues. the defense of marriage act is a federal law. it says nothing about whether states have to recognize gay marriage. it just says that if they do the federal government won't recognize them. the prop 8 case potentially raises a much more fundamental issue whether a state can deny same-sex marriage. the court cou
. could've had a v8. >>shepard: prince william and wife kate, a day after we learned they are spenting one baby, a source says that kate will have to stay in the hospital in london for several more days. she is battling what is described to us as severe morning sickness. that is what forced the couple to come forward with this pregnancy news. the source went on to say she will need a "period of rest before slow can leave hospital." she got company today. you can see prince william stopped by. and we hear from one of america's most famous recent mothers, snooki, the jersey shore star gave birth to a son and told the new york daily news that she should enjoy the time at home, or the palace. thanks, snooki. >> what if snooki and sooki got into it? two shows, two networks? >> the government's fund for disaster relief will run out of money if they do not receive additional cash according to the fema director. he told congress that the relief fund has depleted by more than 25 percent since october. that is mostly because of the aid for victims of super storm sandy and he said the agency has so f
are anxcellent source of fiber try great grains banana nut crunch and cranberry almond crunch. >> william and kate having a baby. you know what would be funny? >> everyone out there find it amusing. >> mommy, daddy. i like to get down and dirty gangam style. >> steve: honey boo boo! >> gretchen: she would be evicted from the royal family. i have a feeling. >> brian: did you hear about her? she's part of barbara walters' most popular people. >> steve: a lot of people don't know about her. discover what a couple gallons of mountain dew will do to you. >> gretchen: maybe she'll be times person of the year. >> brian: maybe she's a finalist. >> steve: that would be a boo boo. something not so funny happened at the hospital where kate middleton is beingated. hoaxers called precontinueding to be the king and queen and were given kate's personal information. sky news reporter joins us live from london. paul? >> good afternoon. prince william arrived here around 20 minutes or so. no sign from him as to whether he is annoyed about this hoax phone call that was made from an australian radio station.
will stay there for several days. we also know that prince william is with her. this child will be third in line for the throne, displacing, by the way, prince harry and in a chance in the law that was enacted just for william and kate, even if they have a girl she will retain her right to be first in line even if they go on to have boys later. we can look forward to also nine months, of course, of all the speculation about what gender it will be, the names, already on the internet we see pictures, composite photos made of what child might look like as well as a twitter handle called iamroyalbaby. tamron. >> so many weeks and months to go with all the exciting news and details, michelle. thank you very much. we will be right back. yep. the y with us, the more you save. and when you switch from another company to us, we even reward you for the time you spent there. genius. yeah, genius. you guys must have your own loyalty program, right? well, we have something. show her, tom. huh? you should see november! oh, yeah? giving you more. now that's progressive. call or click today. than a whol
thought of using chemical weapons. prince william leaves the hospital after visiting kate. she remains hospitalized for severe morning sickness. good day. i'm amount li-- andrea mitchell live in washington. the senate has managed to vote on something, rejected a u.n. treaty to extend rights to the blind and disabled, rights that have been the law of the land here in the united states since 1990. despite an emotional appearance from bob dole just out of walter reed, 89 years old, a passionate advocate for equal rights for the disabled since his first speech on the senate floor in 1969. joining me for our daily fix, kra, managing editor of post politics.com and capitol hill correspondents, nbc's kelly o'donnell and luke russert. kelly, to you, because this vote in the senate, john kerry led the way, it was bipartisan, in support. they needed 6 votes. it's a treaty, two-thirds of the senate and it failed. talk to me about all the ramifications here. >> it's not that often andrea, you know this, when votes on the senate floor can draw such powerful emotions and even tears from members of t
the article, suggested that word, death spiral applies. well, william baldwin is with us right now. william, welcome to the program. >> welcome, i didn't mean to cause any panic, you know. stuart: you can't cause panic, but a lot of interest. and that stirred things up and you know it. i got several hundred comments on the story and not all of this favorable. a typical one was something like this, okay, we're going to sell our beautiful beach house in malibu, california and move to bismarck and live in a tent. great weather there, right? that's not what i was saying you have to move. that's not it at all. i'm saying don't buy a house in california. stuart: don't put your business there, don't move your business. >> well, what if the bussness is there? if you get a job offer from google in silicon valley, take it, but just don't buy a house, rent one. stuart: what is driving what you call the death spiral? >> there are a lot of economic factors built into this, but the essential one in my view is whether there are more, what i call, and i know this is a contentious word, more takers than mak
william. he's back at a london hospital this morning with his wife catherine. they are expecting their first child, and catherine is being treated for symptoms of very severe morning sickness. britain all abuzz with news of the pregnancy. richard quest is live in london this morning. hey, richard. >> good morning to you. indeed, the prince is now back at the hospital. the duchess is being treated for this very severe form of morning sickness. depending on the number, this affects 1 in 50 or 2 in 50 women. but when it does hit apparently it's very bad. although it doesn't necessarily pose a threat to the life of the mother or baby, it is considered to be so debilitating that you do go into hospital for this infusion of fluids. which i'm told by experts make things a great deal better. this is the way the morning papers in the uk are reporting the story. just simply a wealth of puns, jokes, and the like. kate expectations, says "the daily sun." "the mirror" for pregnant kate in hospital for days. and the "daily mail" has it has a nation's joy, a husband's nerves. so, whichever way
williams. >> are we comparing wanting gun laws to saying racist things? megyn: controversial comments. >> there has to be an allowance for people to have opinions. megyn: hold that thought. we are going to take it back up on the other side of the break. thank you both. constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ female announcer ] live the regular life. phillips'. i put away money. i was 21, so i said, "hmm, i want to retire at 55." and before you know it, i'm 58 years old. time went by very fast. it goes by too, too fast. ♪ but i would do it again in a heartbeat. [ laughs ] ♪ ♪ megyn: hank williams got fired by espn after he compared golfing with hitler. it was the point he was trying to raise quoting this journalist. saying they exacerbate our flaws and escalate armed and bait us into embracing confrontation. >> the argument is fraud and so is kirsten's. guns do not encourage people to do anything. they are tools in the hands of people
. it is not a horse race. it is a royal baby race. prince william has rushed to be by his wife's bedside as she is treated for severe nausea at king edward hospital in london. odds makers are rushing to get their wages out. paddie power has 20 to 1 that catherine will be in the babe by's name. 9 to 1 for diana. 16 to 1 for william. we have odds how big the royal bundle will be. five to one under five pounds. 7-2 it weighs in between six pounds and 6.15. no one is betting how much weight she will gain. lori: doesn't matter what the baby looks like or how much weight she gains or loses it, that baby and that family will have a better life than all of us. doesn't matter. melissa: i don't know. dependsswhat your values are. maybe you value privacy. lori: come on! bringing it back to reality. melissa: you're right. coming up tonight on "money" we have chuck woolery of generation for america. he joins us to talk about how the aarp is lobbying for things that affect their bottom line that are not necessarily in the best interests of seniors. lori: dating game? melissa: was that it? i think so. no. i d
people are addicted to cocaine. kent williams asks is there hard evidence to help worries against genetically modified organisms in a bunch of foods. in california had a vote. you should label them. the people voted no on that. >> don't you want to know? you are a natural food nut. >> i should be able to label it gmo free. >> you are not allowed to label it? >> no. >> people can't know. you don't need a law another labelling law let the market decide what they want. >> what is the idea of empty calories and are they more addicting to other. >> you take something like cane sugar beat it to death process it and spit it out at a manufacturing plant. suddenly you went from some dark wonderful food that was a whole food and it is refined sugar. it has no major nutrients other than the fact that it gives you a lot of energy. >> we are eating more of this stuff all of the time. >> it is all about choice. if you want to have a little bit of that empty calorie on top of a cookie knock yourself out if it doesn't hit knew a bender and you don't eat everything not tacked down around you. some
on a generous serving of crow with a beet salad. let's go to our panel, with him y william cohen, and here in new york is msnbc political analyst jonathan alter, also a columnist for the "bloomberg view." the president is pressing his case hard for a deal on middle class tax relief. secretary geithner will head to the hill. is john boehner now facing the rising tide against his yacht owners and the like? >> i think he is. a 60-37 margin on supporting raising taxes on the wealthy is pretty definitive. most issues are not that clear. the republican party just lost a big election. do they want to shrink below independence? they're pretty close. you know, most people identify themselves as democrats. second, republicans. third, independents. the republicans have lost so much ground that they're actually in danger of slipping below independence in terms of party affiliation. this does not help them. there just are not enough rich people, martin, for there to be a constituency for this. so, they're coming to terms with this now. tom cole is not a squishy, moderate republican. he's a conservative
william cohen in new york, a columnist for the bloomberg view, and clarence page, a columnist for "the chicago tribune." welcome to both of you. clarence, one thing this makes plain is democrats are feeling confident in a fiscal cliff win. why not ask for more? >> well, they're certainly asking for more than president obama is asking, and that is the point here. they feel that the policies of the clinton era that gave us the prosperity that we saw back then would be good to impose now. they are really calling for a different kind of arrangement pushing for a simplification of the tax code that would include taxes on cigarettes and alcoholic beverages which would cross income lines, those kind of consumer taxes hit lower income tax people -- taxpayers as well as upper, and they want to get rid of the amt, that automatic tax that's designed to make sure that older -- rather, the higher income earners will pay some minimum tax, automatically a minute tax. they have some additional taxes. they want to get rid of capital gains tax that benefitted mitt romney. it's a different arrangement bu
william baldwin, he wrote the story, more takers than makers and all have more people depending on the government than working in the private sector and like california, for instance, huge public work force, it spends on work for illegal aliens and illinois reportedly facing 233 billion dollars worth of pension obligations for state workers and more takers, baldwin says these states will raise taxes, they will increase the cost of doing business and they will drive people in businesses away and they are in his words, in a death spiral. he's a democratic-- i should say they're dramatic words showing some of the popular states in our country and the next headline, the campaigner in chief and a shift in focus on the fiscal cliff. and president obama meets with ceo's from goldman sachs, yahoo! pfizer, california among others and the white house today. and some of the same executives will also meet with house republicans, and then the president goes campaign style on the road and that's on friday, and selling his tax the rich and don't cut entitlements plans to the public when he mak
spokesperson of all time. move over william shatner. when she was three years old she did commercials for pizza hut, gap and cello. -- jell-o. since then, look at this precocious little girl, megastar and i think she is right instead of buyyng the products, i will buy the stock. it is a stretch. yum up 835% since nixon to seven, gap stores, and craft up 450%. you can argue she can go out and say i am marketable, look at what happens long-term when companies use me so maybe her career is not over. lori: you should be her agent. she needs a better one. charles: her last one was proactive. this trivia question, where was she born? lori: in long island? i just absorb this information. charles: she was born in the bronx. 1986. i was born in manhattan. lori: learn something new about you everyday. melissa: we have to get together more often. we will work on yours next. charles payne, thank you so much. lori: learn more about knight capital. charlie gasparino has the latest on a story he wrote. melissa: the city of detroit careening toward bankruptcy, but that one way to save the city actually be diss
for the shoutout to my family. big baby news. kate and william, royal baby on the way. what will they name it? melissa: siri or mac or ipad. prince ipad. can you imagine. there you go. probably not. >>> coming up tonight on "money", 30-year-old entrepreneur jason sadler, joins me to discuss why he is subletting his name, speaking of names to the highest bidder for a year. his plans for raking in financial awards considering bids are over $30,000. lori: just his name? melissa: he changes his last name for a year. he changes it legally in florida. he does all the marketing. and does tweeting. it is funny. he has done a bunch of things like this. he said he made half a million dollars last year doing different kinds of people mows and gimmicks. -- promos. lori: anything to make a buck these days. rich people in france and britain are saying bye to higher tax rates. are americans next? maybe not. tracy byrnes next on fox business. want to y to crack it? yeah, that's the way to do it! now we need a little bit more... [ male announcer ] at humana, we understand the value of quality time and persona
support a housing recovery. you had an analyst over at williams financial group that does not believe it is a trend line that can be carried in at the first quarter at the same pace. let's take a look at the dow, nasdaq and the s&p. the dow has moved into negative territory. all three are in negative territory. dagen: thank you. connell: get the government out of the market. that is a good question. we will talk about it coming out. also, low levels at the mississippi. first, let's talk about currencies. how they are faring against the dollar. we will be right back. ♪ you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, useoctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps blo stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can stl your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of informa
. and william baldwin, he wrote the report and he says the states on the green leave more takers than makers, and he suggests that we should not invest in the states and shouldn't buy their bonds and don't buy a house there, rent instead. and steven is with the manhattan institute. don't buy a house there, don't invest in their bonds, what's steve mar langea say about that. >> and let's take the part first, politicians in the states themselves said this, rahm emanuel said this year, if we don't fix our pension problems you're not going to get a family to buy a house in chicago and not going to get a company to invest in chicago, why? remember what milt freeman said about government debt, nothing more than taxes that haven't been collected. people understand that now and see that in particularly local communities where most, most pension funds are funded with property taxes and they know property taxes are going up and in massachusetts the massachusetts taxpayer association did a study calculating how much property taxes have to go up in 50 communities, in order to pay for retirement benefits
williams did his last roaring of white christmas. >> steve: he was one of your neighbors. >> i grew up with him and adore him and today is his birthday. i know. >> brian: i told you in the break. what i got my mom last year was dean martin roast . they were all drinking. >> steve: and that was real. >> gretchen: jackie gleeson. >> brian: donricles. >> they were brillian. this christmas show . see the gold diggers and pretty girls and bob newhart. it is great. >> gretchen: thanks for bringing us back in time and keeping us current with your talent as well thank you so much. merry christmas. >> steve: then blue collar jobs are booming. but there are not enough workers? hum? how to take advantage of the opportunity if you know how to run a hammer. there is a job. >> gretchen: red neck rockets scientist blowing things up here. stick around. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formula soothes your throat on contact and the active ingredient relieves your cough. robitussin®. don't suffer the coughequences™. ♪ [ male announcer ] campbell's green bean casserole. it's amazin
of that year, except for red sox/yankees fans. ted williams. but other than that, that's when our year began and he's now in the 11th or the 12th month of 1941 alone for another year that we don't even remember, a terrible year for englishmen, britain, as president roosevelt would say. >> this is such an epic work about an epic human being, winston churchill begun by an epic writer, bill manchester. talk a bit about the degree of difficulty, what manchester left you, what direction he gave you, if any, in terms of completing the work that manchester devoted so much of his life toward. >> he had 5,000 plus pages of notes arranged in 100-page blocks, tablets. he called them clumps. i took them home and i say in the author's note, i learned pretty quickly they spoke to him in ways they couldn't speak to me. he had colds on the left and right -- codes on the left and right for topic and source. the key was lost. the librarian found it two years later. so about 18, 20 months into this i thought i can't do it. with bill's notes. he could have if he was healthy. so i kind of reverse engineered and
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